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[Communication Challenge] Day 3: Be Positive

Congratulations! You’ve made it to Day 3 of our 10-Day Communication Challenge!  That’s fantastic! It’s just going to get better from here, so stick with it.

If you want something to be different, YOU have to be different. You’re well on your way to becoming a communication ninja! I’m sure after completing Day 2’s assignment you’re beginning to realize the draining impact too much time on electronics can have, and the rejuvenating power of human connection!  If you’re continuing to go for your daily walk, then you will feel DOUBLY boosted with courage and communication-generating juice!

Today, we’re going to take that knowledge a step further and open your eyes to the power of releasing yourself from the harmful, life-crushing, dream-bashing effects of bad news! We’re going to take a Bad News Break and put in a “Good News Policy: and you can listen below to learn all about today’s assignment, and you can access the rest of the blog that accompanies this podcast here.

Enjoy! I’d love to hear what you think in the comment section!



Comments ( 2 )
  • lorelee says:

    A different perspective. I have been a very positive person all my life but over the last few years my family has been subjected to narcissistic abuse by a neighbour. I find that the positivity message so prevalent in our society has resulted in people treating those who are having a negative experience as someone to avoid because obviously they are just behaving like a victim and need to “get over it”. Not only are we losing our home but I have been dismayed to find that people who have known me as a “positive” person for years have offered up disdainful comments about our situation. There are times when someone is genuinely suffering, not just pouting because they can’t get what they want, and lack of empathy is simply cruel.

  • Tera Warner says:

    WOW!! That’s such an awesome perspective, and it’s true that suffering IS real and people are often very ill-equipped to handle it. Even those who receive the most academic training for helping people with their suffering often have lousy solutions. I’m sorry your family has been suffering, and it’s definitely true that shoving rainbows in other people’s faces when they are in pain, confusion or experiencing loss and emotional suffering is a really unkind thing to do. Thanks for your perspective and input Lorelee! <3

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